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Interdisciplinary service learning courses

Interdisciplinary service learning courses

     

    Interdisciplinary service learning courses - Business Administration Professional Service Learning, Integrated Marketing and Design 2, Digital Marketing Service Design

     

    Teaching-Group Name

    Business Administration Professional Service Learning, Integrated Marketing and Design 2, Digital Marketing Service Design

    Execution Unit

    Department of Business Management, Department of Commercial Design, and Department of Electronic Engineering

    Interdisciplinary course director

    Ting Pei-Yuan

    Service Unit and Job Title

    Department of Business Management

    Assistant Professor

    Interdisciplinary course chair

    Chiu Yung-Chung

    Department of Commercial Design

    Assistant Professor

    Interdisciplinary course chair

    Liu Hung-Huan

    Department of Electronic Engineering

    Assistant Professor

    Co-director (associate directors)

    Wang Ju-Yu

    Service Unit and Job Title

    Department of Business Management

    Associate Professor

    Co-director (associate directors)

    Liao Pen-Che

    Service Unit and Job Title

    Department of Business Management

    Assistant Professor

    Co-director (associate directors)

    Chiu Yu-Ching

    Service Unit and Job Title

    Department of Business Management

    Chair/Associate Professor

    Co-director (associate directors)

    Chang Tao-Pen

    Service Unit and Job Title

    Department of Commercial Design

    Chair/Associate Professor

    Location of service learning

    Green Hope Spring Ltd., Inc., FOLDnFOLD Engreeneering Co., Ltd., Love Icare Co., Ltd., Ruth Society for Disability Service

    Supervising Person’s Unit and Job Title

    Green Hope Spring Ltd., Inc: Chen Yu-Hua, FOLDnFOLD Engreeneering Co., Ltd: Chang Yu-Wei, Love Icare Co.,Ltd: Tsai Pei-Shan, Ruth Society for Disability Service: Chiu Chia-Huai

    Duration of interdisciplinary courses

    February 14, 2017~June 13, 2017

    Cooperation project for the interdisciplinary courses

    Department of Business Management provides the advertising and marketing strategies. Department of Commercial Design provides the design skills.  Department of Electronic Engineering is responsible for setting up the website. The three departments’ cooperation gives the students a chance to execute the strategies established by them and evaluate the execution results based on their initial objectives at the end of the courses. Their teamwork makes them look like they’re operating a professional advertising and public relation company engaged in providing advertising and marketing services to the non-profit-seeking organizations or social enterprises in need, in hopes of helping the organizations or enterprises upgrade their prestige and increase the opportunities for raising fund. Then, more and more people will work on solution of the social problems to be concerned by the public.

    Teachers will play the role as a facilitator dedicated to providing assistance in a timely manner whenever students have any difficulty in provision of the services.  Meanwhile, teachers and examiners from the relevant industries will provide their suggestions about adjustment on the orientation of proposals and designed projects during the internal audit and proposal submission meeting.

    Joint presentation of interdisciplinary service learning results

    Date: May 3, 2017

    Venue: International Conference Hall (Please specify the precise venue where the presentation will take place to help arrange campus reporters head for the location for interview and reporting. If the date and venue are changed, please advise within one week prior to the presentation.)

    Course requesting subsidy

    Name of Course 1

    Department of Business Administration professional service learning

    Teacher

    Ting Pei-Yuan, Wang Ju-Yu, Liao Pen-Che, Chiu Yu-Ching

    Department/Grade

    Junior Class-C, Department of Business Administration

    Name of Course 2

    Integrated Marketing and Design 2

    Teacher

    Chiu Yung-Chung, Chang Tao-Pen

    Department/Grade

    Junior, Department of Commercial Design

    Name of Course 3

    Digital Marketing Service Design

    Teacher

    Liu Hung-Huan

    Department/Grade

    The first year of the Master’s program/Senior Class-A, Department of Electronic Engineering

     

    1. Course 1: Department of Business Administration professional service learning

     

    Course Name

    Department of Business Administration professional service learning

    Course ID

    TBD

    Course credits

    3

    Teaching hourly fee

    3

    Teacher

    Ting Pei-Yuan, Wang Ju-Yu,

    Liao Pen-Che, Chiu Yu-Ching

    Department/Grade

    Junior Class-C, Department of Business Administration

    Required/Elective course

    Elective

    1

    Type of Service

    (Multiple options allowed)

    Educational counseling  Information technology  Creative design

    Community development  Marketing and promotion  Social service  

    International care  Cultural archives  Environmental protection  

    Others ____________________

    2

    Recitals

    (Evaluation on Service Programs)

    The courses provide the non-profit-making organizations with such professional services as advertising and marketing. By combining the majors of both departments, Department of Business Administration focuses on establishment of the advertising and marketing proposals, which is also the focus of the other courses. Notwithstanding, the cooperation with Department of Commercial Design gives the students a chance to execute the strategies established by them and evaluate the execution results based on their initial objectives ultimately. Their teamwork makes them look like operating a professional advertising and public relation company engaged in providing advertising and marketing services to the non-profit-seeking organizations in need, in hopes of helping the organizations upgrade their prestige and increase the opportunities for raising fund. Then, more and more people will work on solutions for social problems to be concerned by the public.

    3

    Objectives of Plan

    The Plan is primarily intended to upgrade the practical design ability of students of Department of Commercial Design and the ability to plan marketing of students of Department of Business Administration, and secondarily to boost the care for life and practice the professional learning for students. Subject to the individual or special needs by different groups, they tailor the design planning and care to figure out the optimal advertising and marketing strategies and build the design model available to the disadvantaged groups for effective application.  By virtue of the professional advertising design service in combination with the marketing and promotion, they achieve the objective for serving the society and caring life. 

    4

    Cooperative entities

    Name of Organization or Community receiving the service:

    1. Green Hope Spring Ltd., Inc.

    2. FOLDnFOLD Engreeneering Co., Ltd.

    3. Love Icare Co.,Ltd.

    4 . Ruth Society for Disability Service

    Service Recipient: Disadvantaged groups, non-profit-making enterprises, and public welfare-oriented organizations.

    I.        Green Hope Spring Ltd., Inc.

      A social enterprise consisting of three elements (aborigines, aboriginal tribes and native species) and connecting with six major industries (healthy diet, environmental education, biotech, cultural and creative industry, IoT+ and tourism forestry), engaged in solving 9 major social problems (three rural issues, return to hometown for employment, rural education, cultural heritage, poverty & underprivileged, soil and water conservation, environmental protection, biodiversity and climate change), all of which originate from one piece of leaf (leaf of Cinnamomum).

    Products related to rehabilitation of Cinnamomum, soil and water conservation, planting of carbon accumulation tree, and whole-tree utilization: Cinnamomum leaf tea, Cinnamomum pencil, Cinnamomum YA cookie, Cinnamomum handmade paper, Tree APP, and Smart Life Park. Plan to plant 1 million Cinnamomum trees in Taiwan in 10 years.

    Integrate resources, build platforms, apply technology, help the cross-strait young people start business and rebuild the cross-strait villages; combine the campus environmental education; develop rural children soccer teams.

    II.      FOLDnFOLD Engreeneering Co., Ltd.

      FOLDnFOLD keeps investing in developing new ideas to make the earth greener.

    - Dedicated to development environmental protection creative products, and aiming to:

    (A) Design anything that is unfoldable to be foldable.

    (B) Improve anything already foldable to make it easier to be folded for carrying, transportation and space saving and thereby produce the effect of environmental protection and energy saving.

    The first belief of FOLDnFOLD’s is “There is only one fact in the world. That is, there is no fact in the world.”. That is why FOLDnFOLD being able to challenge the “truth” that people believed with innovative products. A round shape cup cannot be folded to a piece of sheet? That might be a truth to many people, but to us, that is not a truth. That is how we come out our first innovation — FoFoCup. We just fold it!

    III.     Love Icare Co., Ltd.

    The Company is a social enterprise co-developed by Mackay Memorial Hospital Biomedical Development & Development & Innovation & Incubation Center and Min Chuan University Innovation & Incubation Center.  It was also a social enterprise guided under the SME Brand Development Plan of Department of Economic Development, Taipei City Government in 2015 and one of the enterprise clusters guided by Small and Medium Enterprise Administration, Ministry of Economic Affairs in 2016.

    It carries out the elderly group's community care by having the elderly group escorted by the matured-aged group to enhance the health and happiness of the aging society and encourage communication of philanthropy and feedback to the society.

    Main business lines of the “elderly group escort service”:

    (1) Escort for medical visit: Escort between home and hospital.

    (2) Heartwarming escort: Outdoor escort and home escort.

    (3) LAHOS courses: Escort for learning and customized small class size courses.

    4. Ruth Society for Disability Service

    “In Jesus Christ, we care each other with love, provide services witht profession, help the physically and mentally disordered receive real happiness, and also enhance the parents’ knowledge and skills in taking care of children’s daily life.” Under the small-size community service model, trainees may be generalized timely between home and campus, so as to integrate into the community life directly.

    The service recipients include the severe and moderate mentally disordered, Autism, and multiple disabilities holding the disability card.

    Ruth Society also works hard to offer multiple innovative services by establishing the multisensory classroom, music therapy and gender education group

     

    Number of service recipients 30 persons (Not the number of trainees)

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    Objectives of Courses

    1. To be in line with Service-Learning (big “S”, big “L”), combine what the students learned (concept about marketing and management; advertising design courses) with the contents of service.

    2. To upgrade personal value, including appreciation of personal value, dignity, interpersonal relationship, decision-making, solution of problems, critical thinking, counter-pressure, solution and management of conflicts, time management, self-esteem.

    3. To contact the service earlier through the cooperation project, cultivate the own sense of morality, sense of responsibility and the lifelong habitual behavior for serving others, and thereby produce the permanent positive influence.

    4. To learn the interdisciplinary communication, operation and practice of professional knowledge, and upgrade the professional skills and quality.

    6

    Model and contents of implementation of service programs

    ( to the contents of courses for 18 weeks on a weekly basis)

    Week

    Service learning stage

    Class hours

    Remark

    1-3

    Preparation

    02/14

    Joint attendance to class of the three departments’ students (progress report)

    02/21

    Teaching

    02/28

    Class suspended on the Peace Memorial Day on February 28

    4-11

    Service/action

    03/07

    Statistics: Questionnaire design

    03/14

    Statistics: Statistic method and software application

    03/28

    Teaching

    04/11

    Internal audit

    04/25

    Teaching

    Report to the teacher about the first design proposal by March 7.

    Report to the relevant service recipient about the first proposal by March 14.

    Report to the teacher about the second design proposal by March 28.

    Report to the service recipient about 2nd proposal by April 4.

    12-14

    Celebration/presentation of results

    05/02

    Rehearsal for presentation of results

    05/03

    Presentation of results

    05/09

    Campus press conference rehearsal

    05/17

    Press conference

    15-18

    Introspection/review

    05/23

    Review on evaluation of benefits

    06/06

    Report on evaluation of benefits

    06/13

    Final mutual evaluation and introspection/feedback

    (Please added the lines, if necessary.)

    ※Course details:

          Communication and execution of the advertising programs, and prototyping (January 1, 2017~May 15, 2017)

    The advertising programs communicated between the organization and students, and the design work shall be executed, developed and prototyped during said period.  In order to precisely control the students’ progress, we hope that all of the students may comply with the following requirements:

      Report to the teacher about the first design proposal by March 7.

      Report to the relevant service recipient about the first proposal by March 14.

      Report to the teacher about the second design proposal by March 28.

      Report to the service recipient about 2nd proposal by April 4.

          Internal audit on proposals (April 11, 2017 (Tuesday))

    Please have the proposal confirmed by the teacher at first; otherwise, the proposal cannot be submitted.

      Please gather at Class Room 112 at 17:05.

          Rehearsal for Presentation of Results (May 2, 2017 (Tuesday))

    In order to ensure the successful proposal submission meeting, the rehearsal will be held in the evening. The specific time will be published separately.

      Please confirm the successful operation of ppt files, and no revision to the files will be permitted on the same day.

      Each group submits the learning log.

          Presentation of Results (May 3, 2017 (Wednesday), 9:00AM)

    Please prepare A0 poster on the same day (to be posted on the display board) and PPT (for illustration). Please dress up officially, and attend the rehearsal and preparation work on time.

          Rehearsal for press conference (May 9, 2017 (Tuesday))

    Before the press conference, please rehearse each group’s performance and the conference run-down to make the students more familiar with it and prepared for it.

          Personal photography (May 16, 2017 (Tuesday))

    Take one picture with about 500 descriptive words based on the topic about the personal thought about the courses and sharing of experience in taking the courses.

          Press conference (May 17, 2017 (Wednesday), 10:00AM)

    Enable the public to know better about the courses and display the results of design created by the students for various organizations, and open the results to reporters for raising the exposure rate, by holding the press conference.

          Advertising benefit evaluation report (June 6, 2017 (Tuesday))

    Report on evaluation of the benefits derived by the designed work verbally, and supported by illustration in the form of PPT.

          Final mutual evaluation and introspection/feedback (June 13, 2017 (Tuesday))

    The students will have to evaluate each other mutually on the same day. In order to protect the self-interest and right, all of the students shall be present on the same day. Meanwhile, the whole school year’s courses will be introspected and reviewed on the same day. Then, we will broadcast the films recording various groups’ learning history to share each group’s experience accumulated in this semester.

          Submission and discussion of final report (June 2017)

    The final learning report records the total results generated in the semester, consisting of the introduction to service organization, introduction to team member, proposal, design planning, execution results and benefit evaluation and identified as the proof for the results generated by each group in the whole school year, which may help referral of the students for seeking jobs or continuing education in the future.

          Participation in Holistic Caring Award (June 2017 and the specific time to be published separately)

    To complete the final review, the students will have to evaluate each other mutually on the same day. In order to protect their self-interest and rights, all students shall be present on the same day.

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    Total service learning hours

    Total course hours: 26 hours

    Students’ actual service hours: 50 hours

    Number of student teams: a total of 4teams, consisting of a total of 57persons.

    Total number of service recipients: 60 persons (number of service recipients*number of frequency).

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    Descriptions about expected students’ growth in professions

    By participating in social services, the students may be given the chance to combine theories and practices and train their teamwork ability in the process of learning, and also know about social issues, develop their critical thinking ability, urge them to contribute their profession to the society and engage in some activities which would render influence on the society positively.

    The courses schedule to train the students’ abilities as following:

    1. Ability to draft marketing proposals;

    2. Ability to solve problems voluntarily;

    3. Critical and creative thinking ability;

    4. Frustration tolerance;

    5. Ability to seek effective approaches to resolve conflicts and manage the same;

    6. Ability to control personal time allocation;

    7. Ability to care the social disadvantaged groups and important issues;

    8. Ability of interdisciplinary communication and teamwork.

    9

    Anticipated benefits to be gained the service recipient

    Upon expiration of the one-year service, the public may better understand the service recipient’s philosophy and, therefore, turn to concern the issues increasingly. Help the non-profit-making organizations that only have a limited budget to utilize building their identity and improving their support, and thereby mitigate their difficulty in marketing advertisement design.

    1. Marketing proposal: To help execution of organizational or topic activities.

    2. Design proposal: To help upgrade the organization’s identity and prestige.

    3. Promotional and public relation activities: To help execution of the marketing and public relation activities.

    4. Fund-raising proposal: To help increase the opportunities for raising fund and receiving donation.

    5. Execution of design: To help the organization promote the marketing activities.

    10

    Rating criteria

    (Please include the way to assess service programs.)

    Sophomore, Department of Business Administration, 2016

    Item

    Weight

    Assignments (rated by teachers and service recipients)

    30%(10% for the scores rated by the service recipient and 20% for the scores rated by the teacher)

    Mutual evaluation of the same team members

    20%

    Sharing of personal experience (500 words and picture)

    15%

    Evaluation of benefits

    15%

    Written report

    10%

    Fund-raising proposal

    10%

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    Learning Website

    Official website: http://doingood.cycu.edu.tw

    FB: Chung Yuan Christian University Advertising & Marketing Service Learning Courses

     

     

    2. Course 2: Integrated Marketing and Design 2

     

    Course Name

    Integrated Marketing and Design 2

    Course ID

    TBD

    Course credits

    2

    Teaching hourly fee

    2

    Teacher

    Chiu Yung-Chung, Chang Tao-Pen

    Department/Grade

    Junior, Department of Commercial Design

    Required/Elective course

    Required

    1

    Type of Service

    (Multiple options allowed)

    Educational counseling  Information technology  Creative design

    Community development  Marketing and promotion  Social service  

    International care  Cultural archives  Environmental protection  

    Others ____________________

    2

    Recitals

    (Evaluation on Service Programs)

    The courses provide the non-profit-making organizations with such professional services as advertising & marketing. By combining the majors of both departments, the Department of Commercial Design focuses on the development of prototypes. The service recipient will communicate with the students about development and prototyping of advertising design works. When engaging in the lead-time work, the students may receive experiences completely different from that they receive in the school through communication with the service recipient and preparation of budget. Meanwhile, in the process of production, the students may also get a chance to design a complete advertisement through negotiation with the team members and communication with the owner about the design ideas.

    Department of Business Administration focuses on establishment of the advertising and marketing proposals, which is also the focus of the other courses. Notwithstanding, the cooperation with Department of Commercial Design gives the students a chance to execute the strategies established by them and evaluate the execution results based on their initial objectives ultimately.  Their teamwork makes them look like operating a professional advertising and public relation company engaged in providing advertising and marketing services to the non-profit-seeking organizations in need, in hopes of helping the organizations upgrade their prestige and increase the opportunities for raising fund.  Then, more and more people will work on solution of the social problems to be concerned by the public.

    3

    Objectives of Plan

    The Plan is primarily intended to upgrade the practical design ability of students of Department of Commercial Design and the ability to plan marketing of students of Department of Business Administration, and secondarily to boost the care for life and practice the professional learning for students.  Subject to the individual or special needs by different groups, they tailor the design planning and care to figure out the optimal advertising and marketing strategies and build the design model available to the disadvantaged groups for effective application. By virtue of the professional advertising design service in combination with the marketing and promotion, they achieve the objective for serving the society and caring life.

    4

    Cooperative entities

    Name of Organization or Community receiving the service:

    1. Green Hope Spring Ltd., Inc.

    2. FOLDnFOLD Engreeneering Co., Ltd.

    3. Love Icare Co.,Ltd.

    4. Ruth Society for Disability Service

    Service Recipient: Disadvantaged groups, non-profit-making enterprises, and public welfare-oriented organizations.

    I.        Green Hope Spring Ltd., Inc.

    A social enterprise consisting of three elements (aborigines, aboriginal tribes and native species) and connecting with six major industries (healthy diet, environmental education, biotech, cultural and creative industry, IoT+ and tourism forestry), engaged in solving 9 major social problems (three rural issues, return to hometown for employment, rural education, cultural heritage, poverty & underprivileged, soil and water conservation, environmental protection, biodiversity and climate change), all of which originate from one piece of leaf (leaf of Cinnamomum).

    Products related to rehabilitation of Cinnamomum, soil and water conservation, planting of carbon accumulation tree, and whole-tree utilization: Cinnamomum leaf tea, Cinnamomum pencil, Cinnamomum YA cookie, , Cinnamomum handmade paper, , Tree APP, and Smart Life Park. Plan to plant 1 million Cinnamomum trees in Taiwan in ten years.

    Integrate resources, build platforms, apply technology, help the cross-strait young people start business and rebuild the cross-strait villages; combine the campus environmental education; develop rural children soccer teams.

    II.      FOLDnFOLD Engreeneering Co., Ltd.

      FOLDnFOLD keeps investing in developing new ideas to make the earth greener.

    - Dedicated to development environmental protection creative products, and aiming to:

    (A) Design anything that is unfoldable as foldable.

    (B) Improve anything already foldable to make it easier to be folded for carrying, transportation and space saving and thereby produce the effect of environmental protection and energy saving.

    The first belief of FOLDnFOLD’s is “There is only one fact in the world. That is, there is no fact in the world.”. That is why FOLDnFOLD being able to challenge the “truth” that people believed with innovative products. A round shape cup cannot be folded to a piece of sheet? That might be a truth to many people, but to us, that is not a truth. That is how we come out our first innovation — FoFoCup. We just fold it!

    III.     Love Icare Co., Ltd.

    The Company is a social enterprise co-developed by Mackay Memorial Hospital Biomedical Development & Development & Innovation & Incubation Center and Min Chuan University Innovation & Incubation Center.  It was also a social enterprise guided under the SME Brand Development Plan of Department of Economic Development, Taipei City Government in 2015 and one of the enterprise clusters guided by Small and Medium Enterprise Administration, Ministry of Economic Affairs in 2016.

    It carries out the elderly group's community care by having the elderly group escorted by the matured-aged group to enhance the health and happiness of the aging society and encourage communication of philanthropy and feedback to the society.

    Main business lines of the “elderly group escort service”:

    (1) Escort for medical visit: Escort between home and hospital.

    (2) Heartwarming escort: Outdoor escort and home escort.

    (3) LAHOS courses: Escort for learning and customized small class size courses.

    4. Ruth Society for Disability Service

    “In Jensus Christ, we care each other with love, provide services with profession, help the physically and mentally disordered receive real happiness, and also enhance the parents’ knowledge and skills in taking care of children’s daily life.” Under the small-size community service model, trainees may be generalized timely between home and campus, so as to integrate into the community life directly.

    The service recipients include the severe and moderate mentally disordered, Autism, and multiple disabilities holding the disability card.

    Ruth Society also works hard to offer multiple innovative services by establishing the multisensory classroom, music therapy and gender education group

    Number of service recipients 30 persons (Not the number of trainees)

    5

    Objectives of Courses

    1. The courses provide the integrated marketing design and technology service through the interdisciplinary teamwork and promote the service as kind design and kind marketing. By the interdisciplinary teamwork, the students provide the non-profit-seeking organizations with the services related to marketing design. Develop the various learning objectives, including practice, care, passion and communication, through the creation of marketing design. The objectives of the courses are stated as following:

    2. To execute the professional Service-Learning (big “S”, big “L”) to enable the students to practice what they learned about the advertising design courses into the real scenario and achieve the purpose of service.

    3. To upgrade personal value, including appreciation of personal value, dignity, interpersonal relationship, decision-making, solution for problems, critical thinking, counter-pressure, solution of conflicts, and self-esteem.

    4. To contact the service earlier through the cooperation project, cultivate the own sense of morality, sense of responsibility and the lifelong habitual behavior for serving others, and thereby produce the permanent positive influence.

    5. Upgrade their ability to utilize and control the allocation of time for studies, clubs and activities.

    6. The students may not only apply their majors but also learn how to communicate and work with the others from different fields to complete the work, in the interdisciplinary groups.

    6

    Model and contents of implementation of service programs

    ( to the contents of courses for 18 weeks on a weekly basis)

    Week

    Service learning stage

    Class hours

    Remark

    1-3

    Preparation

    02/14

    Joint attendance to class of the three departments’ students (progress report)

    02/21

    Teaching

    02/28

    Class suspended on the Peace Memorial Day on February 28

    4-11

    Service/action

    03/07

    Statistics: Questionnaire design

    03/14

    Statistics: Statistic method and software application

    03/28

    Teaching

    04/11

    Internal audit

    04/25

    Teaching

    Report to the teacher about the first design proposal by March 7.

    Report to the relevant service recipient about the first proposal by March 14.

    Report to the teacher about the second design proposal by March 28.

    Report to the service recipient about 2nd proposal by April 4.

    12-14

    Celebration/presentation of results

    05/02

    Rehearsal for presentation of results

    05/03

    Presentation of results

    05/09

    Campus press conference rehearsal

    05/17

    Press conference

    15-18

    Introspection/review

    05/23

    Review on evaluation of benefits

    06/06

    Report on evaluation of benefits

    06/13

    Final mutual evaluation and introspection/feedback

          Communication and execution of the advertising programs, and prototyping (January 1, 2017~May 15, 2017)

    The advertising programs communicated between the organization and students, and the design work shall be executed, developed and prototyped during said period. In order to precisely control the students’ progress, we hope that all of the students may comply with the following requirements:

      Report to the teacher about the first design proposal by March 7.

      Report to the relevant service recipient about the first proposal by March 14.

      Report to the teacher about the second design proposal by March 28.

      Report to the service recipient about 2nd proposal by April 4.

          Internal audit on proposals (April 11, 2017 (Tuesday))

    Please have the proposal confirmed by the teacher at first; otherwise, the proposal cannot be submitted.

      Please gather at Class Room 112 at 17:05.

          Rehearsal for Presentation of Results (May 2, 2017 (Tuesday))

    In order to ensure the successful proposal submission meeting, the rehearsal will be held in the evening. The specific time will be published separately.

      Please confirm the successful operation of ppt files, and no revision to the files will be permitted on the same day.

      Each group submits the learning log.

          Presentation of Results (May 3, 2017 (Wednesday), 9:00AM)

    Please prepare A0 poster on the same day (to be posted on the display board) and PPT (for illustration). Please dress up officially, and attend the rehearsal and preparation work on time.

          Rehearsal for press conference (May 9, 2017 (Tuesday))

    Before the press conference, please rehearse each group’s performance and the conference run-down to make the students more familiar with it and prepared for it.

          Personal photography (May 16, 2017 (Tuesday))

    Take one picture with about 500 descriptive words based on the topic about the personal thought about the courses and sharing of experience in taking the courses.

          Press conference (May 17, 2017 (Wednesday), 10:00AM)

    Enable the public to know better about the courses and display the results of design created by the students for various organizations, and open the results to reporters for raising the exposure rate, by holding the press conference.

          Advertising benefit evaluation report (June 6, 2017 (Tuesday))

    Report on evaluation of the benefits derived by the designed work verbally, and supported by illustration in the form of PPT.

          Final mutual evaluation and introspection/feedback (June 13, 2017 (Tuesday))

    The students will have to evaluate each other mutually on the same day. In order to protect the self interest and right, all of the students shall be present on the same day. Meanwhile, the whole school year’s courses will be introspected and reviewed on the same day. Then, we will broadcast the films recording various groups’ learning history to share each group’s experience accumulated in this semester.

          Submission and discussion of final report (June 2017)

    The final learning report records the total results generated in the semester, consisting of the introduction to service organization, introduction to team member, proposal, design planning, execution results and benefit evaluation and identified as the proof for the results generated by each group in the whole school year, which may help referral of the students for seeking jobs or continuing education in the future.

          Participation in Holistic Caring Award (June 2017 and the specific time to be published separately)

    To complete the final review, the students will have to evaluate each other mutually on the same day. In order to protect the self interest and right, all of the students shall be present on the same day.

    7

    Total service learning hours

    Total course hours: 39 hours

    Students’ actual service hours: 50 hours

    Number of student teams: a total of 4teams, consisting of a total of 57persons.

    Total number of service recipients: 60 persons (number of service recipients*number of frequency).

    8

    Descriptions about expected students’ growth in professions

    The students may experience the positive power in the society and, therefore, have the motive to learn the knowledge out of the school and change their vision and attitude toward the society. Then, the students’ value may be influenced positively. Through the similar practical operations, students will learn in order to practice and apply what they learn to practical problems, and also learn how to communicate and interact with others from different fields and thereby learn to respect each other’s professions.

    Through the cooperation project provided by the courses, the service recipients’ philosophy and mission may be known more specifically and deeply by society and, thereby, more and more people will join the service recipients or donate fund to the service recipients.

    l Qualitative performance objective to be achieved

    Contents of Plan (including executive strategies and specific practice)

    Anticipated benefits

    1. To continue expanding the scope of cooperation and participation by the disadvantaged groups.

    2. To continue promoting the courses and upgrading the prestige thereof.

    3. Upgrade the strength and quality of the courses.

    4. Presentation of results.

    5. Inheritance of team experience.

    6. Promotion for service philosophy in and outside the school.

    Qualitative:

    1-1    To help the non-profit-making groups achieve the marketing planning and design performance, and serve the society;

    2-1    To continue executing the service learning philosophy;

    3-1    To combine the marketing planning and design teaching with practices;

    4-1    To verify the effectiveness of planning and project;

    5-1    To achieve the benefit for sharing of knowledge;

    6-1    To upgrade the prestige of the courses and non-profit-making organizations.

    l Quantitative performance objective to be achieved

    Contents of Plan (including executive strategies and specific practice)

    Anticipated benefits

    1. To continue expanding the scope of cooperation and participation by the disadvantaged groups.

    2. To continue promoting the courses and upgrading the prestige thereof.

    3. Upgrade the strength and quality of the courses.

    4. Presentation of results.

    5. Inheritance of team experience.

    6. Promotion for service philosophy outside the school.

    Quantitative:

    1-1    To organize a total of 6 sessions of the seminar and workshop for the courses;

    1-2    To interview the non-profit-making organizations 4 times;

    2-1    To organize a total of 6 sessions of the seminar and workshop for the courses;

    2-2    To organize 1 recruitment orientation;

    3-1    To complete 1 homework before taking the courses;

    3-2    To organize 1 session of the orientation training camp for the students;

    3-3    To establish at least 1 platform for discussion and teamwork available to the inter-departmental students;

    3-4    To establish 1 questionnaire for NPO and students;

    3-5    To train at least 30 volunteers upholding the service spirit;

    3-6    To arrange for a total of 2 sessions of multi-themed seminar in school; 

    4-1    To organize a total of 2 sessions of presentation of results in school;

    4-2    To complete 1 copy of the final report;

    4-3    To record the care plan report;

    4-4    To establish the design planning and presentation report;

    5-1    To organize a total of 2 sessions of the sharing of trainees’ experience in past years;

    5-2    To invite any student taking the courses in the past year to act as the examiner for once;

    6-1    To organize one press conference to the public;

    6-2    To encourage students to submit their proposals for the planning/fund raising competition once.

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    Anticipated benefits to be gained the service recipient

    Upon expiration of the one-year service, the public may know better about the service recipient’s philosophy and, therefore, turn to concern the issues increasingly. Help the non-profit-making organizations which only have limited budget to utilize build their identity and upgrade their support, and thereby mitigate their difficulty in marketing advertisement design.

    1. Marketing proposal: To help execution of organizational or topic activities.

    2. Design proposal: To help upgrade the organization’s identity and prestige.

    3. Promotional and public relation activities: To help execution of the marketing and public relation activities.

    4. Fund-raising proposal: To help increase the opportunities for raising fund and receiving donation.

    5. Execution of design: To help the organization promote the marketing activities.

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    Rating criteria

    (Please include the way to assess service programs.)

    Sophomore, Department of Commercial Design 2016

    Item

    Weight

    Assignments (rated by teachers and service recipients)

    15%(10% for the scores rated by the service recipient and 5% for the scores rated by the teacher)

    Mutual evaluation of the same team members

    30%

    Sharing of personal experience (500 words and picture)

    15%

    Design results (including the film recording the results)

    40%

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    Learning Website

    Official website: http://doingood.cycu.edu.tw

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    3. Course 3: Digital Marketing Service Design

     

    Course Name

    Digital Marketing Service Design (2)

    Course ID

    TBD

    Course credits

    3

    Teaching hourly fee

    3

    Teacher

    Liu Hung-Huan

    Department/Grade

    The first year of the Master’s program, Department of Electronic Engineering

    The fourth year of the Master’s program, Department of Electronic Engineering

    Required/Elective course

    Elective

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    Type of Service

    (Multiple options allowed)

    Educational counseling  Information technology  Creative design

    Community development  Marketing and promotion  Social service  

    International care  Cultural archives  Environmental protection  

    Others ____________________

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    Recitals

    (Evaluation on Service Programs)

    The courses provide the non-profit-making organizations with such professional services as advertising & marketing. By combining the majors of three departments, Department of Electronic Engineering focuses on the learning about access to online platforms and program design.  Department of Commercial Design focuses on development of prototypes. The service recipient will communicate with the students about the development and prototyping of advertising design works. When engaging in the lead-time work, the students may receive the experience completely different from that they receive in the school through communication with the service recipient and preparation of budget. Meanwhile, in the process of production, the students may also get a chance to design a complete advertisement through negotiation with the team members and communication with the owner about the design ideas.

    Department of Business Administration focuses on establishment of the advertising and marketing proposals, which is also the focus of the other courses. Notwithstanding, the cooperation with Department of Commercial Design gives the students a chance to execute the strategies established by them and evaluate the execution results based on their initial objectives ultimately. Their teamwork makes them look like operating a professional advertising and public relation company engaged in providing advertising and marketing services to the non-profit-seeking organizations in need, in hopes of helping the organizations upgrade their prestige and increase the opportunities for raising fund. Then, more and more people will work on solution of the social problems to be concerned by the public.

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    Objectives of Plan

    The Plan is primarily intended to upgrade the practical design ability of students of Department of Commercial Design and the ability to plan marketing of students of Department of Business Administration, and secondarily to boost the care for life and practice the professional learning for students. Subject to the individual or special needs by different groups, they tailor design planning, care to figure out the optimal advertising, marketing strategies and build the design model available to the disadvantaged groups for effective application. By virtue of the professional advertising design service in combination with the marketing and promotion, they achieve the objective for serving the society and caring life.

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    Cooperative entities

    Name of Organization or Community receiving the service:

    1.   Green Hope Spring Ltd., Inc.

    2.   FOLDnFOLD Engreeneering Co., Ltd.

    3.   Love Icare Co.,Ltd.

    4.   Ruth Society for Disability Service

    Service Recipient: Disadvantaged groups, non-profit-making enterprises, and public welfare-oriented organizations.

    I.        Green Hope Spring Ltd., Inc.

    A social enterprise consisting of three elements (aborigines, aboriginal tribes and native species) and connecting with six major industries (healthy diet, environmental education, biotech, cultural and creative industry, IoT+ and tourism forestry), engaged in solving 9 major social problems (three rural issues, return to hometown for employment, rural education, cultural heritage, poverty & underprivileged, soil and water conservation, environmental protection, biodiversity and climate change), all of which originate from one piece of leaf (leaf of Cinnamomum).

    Products related to rehabilitation of Cinnamomum, soil and water conservation, planting of carbon accumulation tree, and whole-tree utilization: Cinnamomum leaf tea, Cinnamomum pencil, Cinnamomum YA cookie, Cinnamomum handmade paper, Tree APP, and Smart Life Park. Plan to plant 1 million Cinnamomum trees in Taiwan in ten years.

    Integrate resources, build platforms, apply technology, help the cross-strait young people start business and rebuild the cross-strait villages; combine the campus environmental education; develop rural children soccer teams.

    II.      FOLDnFOLD Engreeneering Co., Ltd.

    FOLDnFOLD keeps investing in developing new ideas to make the earth greener.

    - Dedicated to development environmental protection creative products, and aiming to:

    (A) Design anything that is unfoldable as foldable.

    (B)Improve anything already foldable to make it easier to be folded for carrying, transportation and space saving and thereby produce the effect of environmental protection and energy saving.

    The first belief of FOLDnFOLD’s is “There is only one fact in the world. That is, there is no fact in the world.”. That is why FOLDnFOLD being able to challenge the “truth” that people believed with innovative products. A round shape cup cannot be folded to a piece of sheet? That might be a truth to many people, but to us, that is not a truth. That is how we come out our first innovation — FoFoCup. We just fold it!

    III.     Love Icare Co.,Ltd.

    The Company is a social enterprise co-developed by Mackay Memorial Hospital Biomedical Development & Development & Innovation & Incubation Center and Min Chuan University Innovation & Incubation Center.  It was also a social enterprise guided under the SME Brand Development Plan of Department of Economic Development, Taipei City Government in 2015 and one of the enterprise clusters guided by Small and Medium Enterprise Administration, Ministry of Economic Affairs in 2016.

    It carries out the elderly group's community care by having the elderly group escorted by the matured-aged group to enhance the health and happiness of the aging society and encourage communication of philanthropy and feedback to the society.

    Main business lines of the “elderly group escort service”:

    (1) Escort for medical visit: Escort between home and hospital.

    (2) Heartwarming escort: Outdoor escort and home escort.

    (3) LAHOS courses: Escort for learning and customized small class size courses.

    4. Ruth Society for Disability Service

    “In Jensus Christ, we care each other with love, provide services with profession, help the physically and mentally disordered receive real happiness, and also enhance the parents’ knowledge and skills in taking care of children’s daily life.” Under the small-size community service model, trainees may be generalized timely between home and campus, so as to integrate into the community life directly.

    The service recipients include the severe and moderate mentally disordered, Autism, and multiple disabilities holding the disability card.

    Ruth Society also works hard to offer multiple innovative services by establishing the multisensory classroom, music therapy and gender education group

     

    Number of service recipients 30 persons (Not the number of trainees)

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    Objectives of Courses

    1.   The courses provide the integrated marketing design and technology service through the interdisciplinary teamwork and promote the service as kind design and kind marketing. By the interdisciplinary teamwork, the students provide the non-profit-seeking organizations with the services related to marketing design. Develop the various learning objectives, including practice, care, passion and communication, through the creation of marketing design. The objectives of the courses are stated as following:

    2.   To execute the professional Service-Learning (big “S”, big “L”) to enable the students to practice what they learned about the advertising design courses into the real scenario and achieve the purpose of service.

    3.   To upgrade personal value, including appreciation of personal value, dignity, interpersonal relationship, decision making, solution of problems, critical thinking, counter-pressure, solution of conflicts, and self-esteem.

    4.   To contact the service earlier through the cooperation project, cultivate the own sense of morality, sense of responsibility and the lifelong habitual behavior for serving others, and thereby produce the permanent positive influence.

    5.   Upgrade their ability to utilize and control the allocation of time for studies, clubs and activities.

    6.   The students may not only apply their majors but also learn how to communicate and work with the others from different fields to complete the work, in the interdisciplinary groups.

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    Model and contents of implementation of service programs

    ( to the contents of courses for 18 weeks on a weekly basis)

    Week

    Service learning stage

    Class hours

    Remark

    1-3

    Preparation

    02/14

    Joint attendance to class of the three departments’ students (progress report)

    02/21

    Teaching

    02/28

    Class suspended on the Peace Memorial Day on February 28

    4-11

    Service/action

    03/07

    Statistics: Questionnaire design

    03/14

    Statistics: Statistic method and software application

    03/28

    Teaching

    04/11

    Internal audit

    04/25

    Teaching

    Report to the teacher about the first design proposal by March 7.

    Report to the relevant service recipient about the first proposal by March 14.

    Report to the teacher about the second design proposal by March 28.

    Report to the service recipient about 2nd proposal by April 4.

    12-14

    Celebration/presentation of results

    05/02

    Rehearsal for presentation of results

    05/03

    Presentation of results

    05/09

    Campus press conference rehearsal

    05/17

    Press conference

    15-18

    Introspection/review

    05/23

    Review on evaluation of benefits

    06/06

    Report on evaluation of benefits

    06/13

    Final mutual evaluation and introspection/feedback

    (Please added the lines, if necessary.)

    ※Course details:

          Communication and execution of the advertising programs, and prototyping (January 1, 2017~May 15, 2017)

    The advertising programs communicated between the organization and students, and the design work shall be executed, developed and prototyped during said period. In order to precisely control the students’ progress, we hope that all of the students may comply with the following requirements:

      Report to the teacher about the first design proposal by March 7.

      Report to the relevant service recipient about the first proposal by March 14.

      Report to the teacher about the second design proposal by March 28.

      Report to the service recipient about 2nd proposal by April 4.

          Internal audit on proposals (April 11, 2017 (Tuesday))

    Please have the proposal confirmed by the teacher at first; otherwise, the proposal cannot be submitted.

      Please gather at Class Room 112 at 17:05.

          Rehearsal for Presentation of Results (May 2, 2017 (Tuesday))

    In order to ensure the successful proposal submission meeting, the rehearsal will be held in the evening. The specific time will be published separately.

      Please confirm the successful operation of ppt files, and no revision to the files will be permitted on the same day.

      Each group submits the learning log.

          Presentation of Results (May 3, 2017 (Wednesday), 9:00AM)

    Please prepare A0 poster on the same day (to be posted on the display board) and PPT (for illustration). Please dress up officially, and attend the rehearsal and preparation work on time.

          Rehearsal for press conference (May 9, 2017 (Tuesday))

    Before the press conference, please rehearse each group’s performance and the conference run-down to make the students more familiar with it and prepared for it.

          Personal photography (May 16, 2017 (Tuesday))

    Take one picture with about 500 descriptive words based on the topic about the personal thought about the courses and sharing of experience in taking the courses.

          Press conference (May 17, 2017 (Wednesday), 10:00AM)

    Enable the public to know better about the courses and display the results of design created by the students for various organizations, and open the results to reporters for raising the exposure rate, by holding the press conference.

          Advertising benefit evaluation report (June 6, 2017 (Tuesday))

    Report on evaluation of the benefits derived by the designed work verbally, and supported by illustration in the form of PPT.

          Final mutual evaluation and introspection/feedback (June 13, 2017 (Tuesday))

    The students will have to evaluate each other mutually on the same day.  In order to protect the self interest and right, all of the students shall be present on the same day. Meanwhile, the whole school year’s courses will be introspected and reviewed on the same day. Then, we will broadcast the films recording various groups’ learning history to share each group’s experience accumulated in this semester.

          Submission and discussion of final report (June 2017)

    The final learning report records the total results generated in the semester, consisting of the introduction to service organization, introduction to team member, proposal, design planning, execution results and benefit evaluation and identified as the proof for the results generated by each group in the whole school year, which may help referral of the students for seeking jobs or continuing education in the future.

          Participation in Holistic Caring Award (June 2017 and the specific time to be published separately)

    To complete the final review, the students will have to evaluate each other mutually on the same day. In order to protect the self interest and right, all of the students shall be present on the same day.

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    Total service learning hours

    Total course hours: 39 hours

    Students’ actual service hours: 50 hours

    Number of student teams: a total of 4teams, consisting of a total of 57persons.

    Total number of service recipients:60 (number of service recipients*number of frequency).

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    Descriptions about expected students’ growth in professions

    The students may experience the positive power in the society and, therefore, have the motive to learn the knowledge out of the school and change their vision and attitude toward the society. Then, the students’ value may be influenced positively. Through the similar practical operations, the students will learn in order to practice and apply what they learn to practical problems, and also learn how to communicate and interact with the others from different fields and thereby learn to respect each other’s profession.

    Through the cooperation project provided by the courses, the service recipients’ philosophy and mission may be known by the society more specifically and deeply and, thereby, more and more people will join the service recipients or donate fund to the service recipients.

    The courses schedule to train the students’ abilities as following:

    1.   Ability to understand the front-end technology and write programs;

    2.   Ability to learn the online service model and digital marketing;

    3.   Ability to solve problems voluntarily;

    4.   Critical and creative thinking ability;

    5.   Frustration tolerance;

    6.   Ability to seek effective approaches to resolve conflicts and manage the same;

    7.   Ability to control personal time allocation;

    8.   Ability to care the social disadvantaged groups and important issues;

    9.   Ability of interdisciplinary communication and teamwork.

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    Anticipated benefits to be gained the service recipient

    Upon expiration of the one-year service, the public may know better about the service recipient’s philosophy and, therefore, turn to concern the issues increasingly. Help the non-profit-making organizations which only have limited budget to utilize build their identity and upgrade their support, and thereby mitigate their difficulty in marketing advertisement design.

    1.   Marketing proposal: To help execution of organizational or topic activities.

    2.   Design proposal: To help upgrade the organization’s identity and prestige.

    3.   Promotional and public relation activities: To help execution of the marketing and public relation activities.

    4.   Fund-raising proposal: To help increase the opportunities for raising fund and receiving donation.

    5.   Execution of design: To help the organization promote the marketing activities.

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    Rating criteria

    (Please include the way to assess service programs.)

    Sophomore, Department of Electronic Engineering 2016

    Item

    Weight

    Proposals (including the design results)

    40% (for the scores rated by the teacher)

    Assignments

    30% (for the scores rated by the service recipient)

    Learning record and experience

    5%

    Mutual evaluation of the same team members

    25%

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    Learning Website

    Official website: http://doingood.cycu.edu.tw

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